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SAFETY MESSAGE

Do not drive cars through flooded areas. The water depth and road condition may be unsafe. Additional information is available at https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/ Stay tuned for further updates by listening to NOAA weather radio... or your local radio and TV stations.

Flood Warning

Flood Warning issued April 14 at 9:27AM CDT by NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan WI

...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Wisconsin... ROCK RIVER near LEBANON-3 E-HWY MM BRIDGE affecting Dodge County. * WHAT...Minor flooding is occurring. * WHERE...ROCK RIVER near LEBANON-3 E-HWY MM BRIDGE. * WHEN...Until further notice. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS... - At 9:00 AM CDT Sunday the stage was 10.4 feet. - Bankfull stage is 9.0 feet. - Recent Activity...The maximum river stage in the 24 hours ending at 9:00 AM CDT Sunday was 10.5 feet. - Forecast...No forecast is available for this location. - Flood stage is 10.0 feet. - Flood History...This crest compares to a previous crest of 10.4 feet on 05/04/2017. - http://www.weather.gov/safety/flood

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Area
Dodge, WI

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued April 14 at 8:11AM CDT by NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan WI

The combination of low relative humidity values, warm temperatures, steady and breezy northwest winds, and dry fuels will result in elevated fire weather conditions this afternoon for portions of south central Wisconsin. Afternoon relative humidity values will fall to around 25 percent with northwest winds of 15 mph, gusting to around 22 mph. Under these conditions, fires will start and spread easily and could potentially lead to a wildland fire. Please exercise caution with any activities that involve outdoor fires or create sparks, including campfires, grilling, and operating large equipment. Please heed any local burn bans.

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Area
Marquette; Green Lake; Sauk; Columbia; Iowa; Dane

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued April 14 at 4:20AM CDT by NWS Green Bay WI

Very mild air, low humidity readings of 15 to 30 percent away from Lake Michigan, and northwest winds gusting to 20 to 25 mph will lead to an increase potential for wild fires this afternoon into early this evening. High temperatures should top out in the middle 60s to lower 70s north, and in the 70s south. Although north-central and far northeast Wisconsin saw some rain late last evening and early this morning, conditions are expected to rapidly dry out this afternoon due to the sunshine and low humidity. Persons are urged to be careful with any activities that could potentially lead to a wildland fire. Campfires, outdoor grills, smoking materials, chain saws, and all-terrain vehicles all have the potential to throw a spark and ignite a dangerous and destructive fire.

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Area
Vilas; Oneida; Forest; Florence; Northern Marinette County; Lincoln; Langlade; Menominee; Northern Oconto County; Door; Marathon; Shawano; Wood; Portage; Waupaca; Outagamie; Brown; Kewaunee; Waushara; Winnebago; Calumet; Manitowoc; Southern Marinette County; Southern Oconto County

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued April 14 at 4:13AM CDT by NWS Green Bay WI

Very mild air, low humidity readings of 15 to 30 percent away from Lake Michigan, and northwest winds gusting to 20 to 25 mph will lead to an increase potential for wild fires this afternoon into early this evening. High temperatures should top out in the middle 60s to lower 70s north, and in the 70s south. Although north-central and far northeast Wisconsin saw some rain late last evening and early this morning, conditions are expected to rapidly dry out this afternoon due to the sunshine and low humidity. Persons are urged to be careful with any activities that could potentially lead to a wildland fire. Campfires, outdoor grills, smoking materials, chain saws, and all-terrain vehicles all have the potential to throw a spark and ignite a dangerous and destructive fire.

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Area
Vilas; Oneida; Forest; Florence; Northern Marinette County; Lincoln; Langlade; Menominee; Northern Oconto County; Door; Marathon; Shawano; Wood; Portage; Waupaca; Outagamie; Brown; Kewaunee; Waushara; Winnebago; Calumet; Manitowoc; Southern Marinette County; Southern Oconto County

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued April 14 at 3:54AM CDT by NWS La Crosse WI

The combination of low relative humidity values, warm temperatures, breezy winds, and dry fuels will result in elevated fire weather conditions this afternoon. Minimum relative humidity values will range from 20 to 30 percent with northwest winds gusting 20 to 25 mph. Under these conditions, fires will start quickly and may spread easily. Please exercise caution with any activities that involve outdoor fires or create sparks, including campfires, grilling, and operating large equipment. Cigarettes should be disposed of and extinguished properly. Please heed any local burn bans.

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Area
Mitchell; Howard; Winneshiek; Allamakee; Floyd; Chickasaw; Fayette; Clayton; Wabasha; Dodge; Olmsted; Winona; Mower; Fillmore; Houston; Taylor; Clark; Buffalo; Trempealeau; Jackson; La Crosse; Monroe; Juneau; Adams; Vernon; Crawford; Richland; Grant

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued April 14 at 3:26AM CDT by NWS Duluth MN

Dry conditions and breezy winds will lead to near critical fire weather conditions today. Northwest winds of 10 to 15 mph with gusts of 20 to 25 mph are forecast for late this morning through this afternoon. Minimum relative humidity values of 20 to 25 percent are also expected. Together, these conditions could lead to the rapid spread of fires. Check burning restrictions and fire danger before burning. For more information on burning restrictions for Minnesota, see www.dnr.state.mn.us/forestry/fire/firerating_restrictions.html. For more information on burning restrictions for Wisconsin, see apps.dnr.wi.gov/wisburn.

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Area
Koochiching; North Itasca; Central St. Louis; North Cass; South Itasca; South Cass; Crow Wing; Northern Aitkin; South Aitkin; Carlton/South St. Louis; Pine; Douglas; Burnett; Washburn

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued April 14 at 3:14AM CDT by NWS Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN

Warm, dry, and breezy conditions will lead to near critical fire weather conditions today. North/northeasterly winds of 15 MPH gusting to 20-25 MPH are expected this afternoon. Minimum relative humidity values at or below 25 percent (dipping into the teens in western Minnesota), will lead to an elevated risk for rapid spreading of fires. For more information on burning restrictions for Minnesota, see www.dnr.state.mn.us/forestry/fire/firerating_restrictions.html.

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Area
Douglas; Todd; Morrison; Mille Lacs; Kanabec; Stevens; Pope; Stearns; Benton; Sherburne; Isanti; Chisago; Lac Qui Parle; Swift; Chippewa; Kandiyohi; Meeker; Wright; Hennepin; Anoka; Ramsey; Washington; Yellow Medicine; Renville; McLeod; Sibley; Carver; Scott; Dakota; Redwood; Brown; Nicollet; Le Sueur; Rice; Goodhue; Watonwan; Blue Earth; Waseca; Steele; Martin; Faribault; Freeborn; Polk; Barron; St. Croix; Pierce; Dunn; Pepin; Chippewa; Eau Claire
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Fair 65°F
29.58in
Barometer
49%
Humidity
Southwest 16.1mph
Wind
Fair

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